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People Doing Good in Frankford

Sometimes I have to look around for good stories to tell.  Often when I find something, the people involved just don’t realize that they are doing somethings special.  It’s that way with these two groups this Thanksgiving.

Jeanna Goodwin and her guys, of New Desires Recovery housing, have been making up Thanksgiving baskets for the last few years and distributing them to families in need.  They did it again this year.  With the help of the West Frankford Town Watch and the Frankford Civic Association they found some families who needed some help and visited them Tuesday night with a Thanksgiving gift.  I heard about it and thought you would like to know.

baptist cropThe Second Baptist Church, at Mulberry and Meadow Streets was a beehive of activity tonight.  They were getting ready to serve Thanksgiving dinner to up to 75 people tomorrow.  It is an outreach program that has been going on for the last 18 years.  Ava Miller and Lynne Fant along with Paulette Millerwere cooking up a storm.  Anyone who needs a meal is welcome to come at no charge of course.